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What to Expect During Family Therapy: A Guide for Families

What to Expect During Family Therapy: A Guide for Families

If you are the loved one of someone receiving treatment for a substance use disorder, family therapy can be an essential part of their recovery. Family therapy sessions provide support for both you and your loved one, and they can help you learn about healthy...

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Stages of Grief

Stages of Grief

Grief is a natural reaction to loss and helps people adjust to the reality of the situation. There are five stages of grief: denial, anger, bargaining, depression, and acceptance. It's important for people to understand these stages in order to help their loved ones...

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Is Group Therapy as Effective as Individual Therapy?

Is Group Therapy as Effective as Individual Therapy?

Personality types can shape how you see different types of therapy. People who are generally social may feel more comfortable in a group setting. Someone who is reserved may prefer the intimacy of a private setting. It’s important to know how these therapy types...

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5 Reasons to Get Therapy for Depression

5 Reasons to Get Therapy for Depression

No matter how independent you feel you are, attempting to handle depression solo can have consequences. Responses to untreated depression can be inconsistent or ineffective. They can even lead to misusing drugs and alcohol. Today, let’s look at five reasons to get...

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Anger Management in Recovery

Anger Management in Recovery

Sometimes, emotions can be complicated to deal with. One of these is anger. While it might seem beneficial for people in recovery to let out some steam at the first sign of frustration, that is not always true if one has anger issues. For example, anger can cause...

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5 Key Benefits of Sobriety That No One Talks About

5 Key Benefits of Sobriety That No One Talks About

If you were asked to name some benefits of sobriety, what would you mention as your first answer? For some people, it might be related to what they see as important things to add to their lives. For others, it might be experiences they’re willing to leave behind as...

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How to Stop Enabling Addiction

How to Stop Enabling Addiction

There’s a significant difference between showing support and enabling addiction or someone with a substance use disorder. Not knowing the difference can actually prolong behaviors that are destructive to a loved one using drugs or alcohol and your whole family....

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Types of Groups and Counseling for Recovery

Types of Groups and Counseling for Recovery

Support groups and individual counseling for recovery are a valuable part of the process for people with substance use disorders. Each type of group serves a different purpose, though. For newcomers to the support group format, let’s introduce the basics of individual...

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How to Talk about Trauma in Therapy: Three Expert Tips

How to Talk about Trauma in Therapy: Three Expert Tips

When you have spent years trying to block out intense and painful experiences, talking openly about them doesn’t come easily. For trauma survivors, this can make being candid in therapy feel very challenging. They may even resist going to therapy as they don’t know...

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